American Automation emulators?
jwstephens at msm.umr.edu
Wed Apr 26 19:55:13 CDT 2006
Joe R. wrote:
> Actually I'm just guessing that these are emulator boards. I'm not
>positive what they are.
I suspect you have some ezpro adapter cards. There was a largeish box
that was the
main system that these attached to, about the size of a large cereal box
It had a terminal attached to it, and was serially controlled, since it
predated all the
gui crap that is around today.
We have one or two stashed around here, but they are rare. I have only
on Ebay in several years that were worth buying. I guess people kept
that were labeled related to target processors, and trashed the main box
The ML 4100 analyzer would not have a socket on it, and would have a 60 pin
cable that goes to the 4100's front connector.
The ML 4400 has to have special analog circuits on the pods, and has several
plug in cards, ranging up to some that are pretty competitive with the
with 2m x 500mhz deep capture cards in them. The bad news is that the pods
are rare, as most ML4400's were married with Pentium or Pentium Pro run
controls that had custom logic for the analyzer, and no general purpose way
to hook up to the devices under test.
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